Judge allows habitual offender to remain on probation, grants her 6 felony bonds

41-year-old Juanetta Solomon is a true habitual offender.

"She has convictions in Harris County, Fort Bend County, and Brazoria County," said Andy Kahan with Crime Stoppers. "She's been to prison."

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In 2021, Solomon is charged with possession of a controlled substance by fraud.

232nd Criminal District Court Judge Josh Hill treats Solomon like a first-time offender and gives her probation.

"He would give her a chance to rehabilitate herself on deferred adjudication," said First Assistant District Attorney David Mitcham.

In July of 2023, Solomon is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

Two months later, she's charged with unlawfully carrying a weapon and another charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

Instead of revoking her probation, Judge Josh Hill grants Solomon six felony bonds.

We pointed out to the First Assistant DA it seems nonsensical that someone could be on probation and be free on six felony bonds at the same time.

"It is perplexing," Mitcham replied.

"She told not one but two of the complaining victims, you're going to die," Kahan said.

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Three different times, the DA's office filed motions asking Judge Josh Hill to revoke Solomon's probation.

Instead, he's allowed her to remain free on bonds totaling more than $400,000.

Seems to be a strange message to send to probationers. Why should anyone on probation do everything they are ordered to do when Solomon appears to do whatever she wants to do with no consequences?

"I believe that's a legitimate area of inquiry that any person looking at this would be concerned about," Mitcham said.